Give rugby a try
HAVE you ever thought about representing your town in a sport? Fakenham Rugby Club now fields teams from the age of seven to 50 on a regular basis. Starting with the training for minis (six to 11), it is on a Sunday morning, September to April, at 10.
HAVE you ever thought about representing your town in a sport?
Fakenham Rugby Club now fields teams from the age of seven to 50 on a regular basis. Starting with the training for minis (six to 11), it is on a Sunday morning, September to April, at 10.30am onwards, and for more information on this call Helena Cribbins on 07964 371635 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Moving on to ladies' rugby, training is on Wednesdays at 6.45pm onwards, for more information on ladies training call Helena Cribbins or email at email@example.com
Girls' training (12 to 18) is also on Wednesday at the same time, information on this can be obtained by calling Alan Young on 07859 806130 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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There is also Colts' training (12 to 15) on a Wednesday evening at 6pm. The information for this can also be obtained by calling Alan Young on the same number and email as above.
Finally, there is senior training which is on a Tuesday evening at 7pm onwards (soon to also be on Thursday evening at 7pm). Information on senior training is on the same number for Alan Young and same email. All ages and abilities welcome and for non-sports playing people, a good social atmosphere and program is available at the club which is based at Old Wells Road, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 9RZ.
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